Gameplayer: Watchmen: The End is Nigh Review

Gameplayer takes a look at the latest Watchmen game to see if it can match up to the hype of the film and the following of the original graphic novel.

"As Rorschach, we'd kick off with a bull run to soften them up, as the punk sons of bitches scattered, we'd scan for the biggest bastard out there, and move in for the kill. With R1 (to counter) as our co-pilot, we executed a sweet spin move that would've put Jordan to shame and got ready to come with the thunder. The human body has 206 bones, and Rorschach damn near snaps 'em all. It's important to have goals, you know, something to strive for. We respect that."

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xabmol3543d ago (Edited 3543d ago )

All I know is when I played the demo, I was like, "They expect me to pay for this?" If this game was 5 bucks I still wouldn't buy it. Hell, If I got this game for free I wouldn't play it.

NachosWithCheese3543d ago

But what about the appeal of a return to the old beat-em-ups? Used to love the crap outta those games, and Watchmen was fun while it lasted.